FEISOL CM-1471 Carbon Fiber Rapid Monopod

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FEISOL CM-1471 Carbon Fiber Rapid Monopod
Key Features
  • Rapid Anti-Leg-Rotation Technology
  • Carbon Fiber Construction
  • Maximum Height of 5.57'
  • Heavy-Duty 24.25-lb Load Capacity
The CM-1471 Carbon Fiber Rapid Monopod from Fiesol is a lightweight, four-section camera support that makes it possible to capture rock-steady images without needing to carry or set up a tripod. The monopod's twist-lock leg stages are quick and easy to lock into place securely. The maximum height is 5.57", and the monopod supports up to 24.25 lb, so you can mount any DSLR camera with most lenses, a point & shoot model, or even a compact camcorder.

For fine control, you can attach a head to the monopod's reversible 3/8" & 1/4" mounting screw. The monopod collapses to just 21.65", so you can stow it in most carry-on bags. At only 1.52 lb, it's the perfect travel companion - lightweight, compact, and simple to operate - but highly capable and ready in an instant to help you capture the perfect shot.

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FEISOL CM-1471 Overview

The CM-1471 Carbon Fiber Rapid Monopod from Fiesol is a lightweight, four-section camera support that makes it possible to capture rock-steady images without needing to carry or set up a tripod. The monopod's twist-lock leg stages are quick and easy to lock into place securely. The maximum height is 5.57", and the monopod supports up to 24.25 lb, so you can mount any DSLR camera with most lenses, a point & shoot model, or even a compact camcorder.

For fine control, you can attach a head to the monopod's reversible 3/8" & 1/4" mounting screw. The monopod collapses to just 21.65", so you can stow it in most carry-on bags. At only 1.52 lb, it's the perfect travel companion - lightweight, compact, and simple to operate - but highly capable and ready in an instant to help you capture the perfect shot.

Rapid anti-leg-rotation technology
Carbon fiber construction with maximum 1.46" (37mm) leg diameter for optimum durability
Heavy-duty 24.25 lb capacity to meet the most demanding weight requirements
3/8" mounting screw for ballhead and other accessories, with reversible 1/4" screw for direct camera attachment
Highly durable aluminum-alloy CNC-machined mounting plate and twist locks with multi-layer finishing
Base diameter of 2.4"
Carrying bag is included
UPC: 851308003152

FEISOL CM-1471 Specs

Monopod Head
Camera Mounting Screw1/4"-20 Male, 3/8"-16 Male
Leg
Leg Lock TypeTwist Lock
Leg Sections4
General
Load Capacity24.25 lb / 11 kg
Maximum Working Height5.6' / 1.7 m
Folded Length21.65" / 55 cm
MaterialsCarbon Fiber
Weight1.52 lb / 0.69 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.07 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)24.2 x 3.3 x 3.3"
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Would this monopod be sturdy and/or comfortable enough to use as a hiking stick? I'm of average weight (170 lbs) and conditioning, but have enough miles on my knees that I like to hike with hiking poles, and use them extensively to heave myself up steps. Current setup of juggling two poles and a camera handheld is rediculous. Would be awesome to use a monopod and quick detach head as a hiking stick with my camera in my cotton carrier, and pop it on and off when I want to take steadier shots, assuming the pole is sturdy enough and the grip with strap is comfortable enough for pushing off of. I realize a monopod may not be meant for that, but it can't be any less durable than my cheapo poles.
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how do you switch from 3/8 to 1/4 male thread ?
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